Superman on a budget with a Go Pro

Written by David Shapton

Corridor DigitalSuperman on a budget wiht a GoPro

This is great fun! Aerial remote drones have enabled film makers on a low budget to branch into previously impossible territory! It may not yet be Hollywood qualitiy, but it's an impressive - and funny - effort!

The sort of thing that a camera-sporting Aerial remote can do can change the perspective completely for a film that requires a bit of flight.

A very good example is the sort of flying effect that you see in all the Superman films. This seems to be ideal territory for a camera drone, as they are able to fling themselves over roofscapes and even in-between buildings in exactly the way the eponymous super hero would if he were really flying.

This clearly isn't intended to serious in any way, but it does make a serious point: the old barriers to film production are being smashed by new technology.

(Thanks to the Metro newspaper for spotting this).

 

Tags: Production

Comments

Related Articles

3 July, 2020

Frame.io: What is the future for remote workflows?

Frame.io’s online Workflow From Home series, hosted by the company’s Global SVP of Innovation, Michael Cioni, has been a definitive look into how to...

Read Story

3 July, 2020

Laowa's 9mm full-frame lens is one of the widest of its type

The new Laowa 9mm rectilinear lens, designed for full-frame cameras, is the widest lens of its type on the market.                               

The...

Read Story

3 July, 2020

Lighting tutorial: How light a period drama on a low budget

DP Neil Oseman gives some effective tips on how to light a period drama when finances are tight.                                                    ...

Read Story